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Learning Styles and Training Strategies

Individuals perceive and process information in different ways. Understanding these approaches to learning will help you facilitate training that benefits all trainees. While there are many models of learning styles, in this course we will learn about two-Honey and Mumford's typology of learning styles and the VAK model of learning styles. You also will learn training strategies that address each of the different styles of learning. By the completion of this course you will:

  • Explain why understanding learning styles is important to training
  • Describe two models of learning styles
  • Identify your own learning style
  • List three implications for training
This course is made possible through a partnership of
Towers Perrin and ProLiteracy Worldwide.

Format: Self-paced Online Course
Documentation: Certificate of completion will document 1 hour as completion time.

Course Fee: $10 each ($8.50 for ProLiteracy members. Discount reflected at checkout). For details on individual membership, please click here; for organizational membership click here.

Group discounts available! Call (888) 528-2224 or email for more information

Questions? Please call 888-528-2224 or e-mail


Course orders will be processed Monday-Friday, 9:00-3:30 EST.

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